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Roman Forum & Palatine Hill
Free* and Fast Track Entry to the Roman Forum
Normal Price: €12.00
*free entry into 2 out of 6 top Roma Pass attractions. Ticket cost includes price of entry to Coliseum.
Discover the ancient city of Rome at the Roman Forum and walk up the Palatine Hill for breath-taking views of ancient ruins and artefacts
The Roman Forum & Palatine Hill is the ancient city of Rome and is a must-see for an insight into the ancient culture. The Roman Forum is a collection of ruins and historic buildings which used to be a bustling market place, where you can explore the iconic pillars and churches nestled in the old cobbled streets. The Palatine Hill includes 17th century aviaries, an Imperial Palace and huge retaining walls. Rich in Roman mythology and legends, discover Rome’s ancient city…
Please note: Due to the Rome Conference, the Roman Forum & Palatine Hill will be closed from 24 March 19.00 - 25 March; reopening on 26 March
- House of Augustus
- Temple of Castor and Pollux
- Arch of Septimius Severus
- Temple of Romulus
- Forum main square
Things to see:
House of Augustus
As the first site upon entering the Palatine Hill it’s hard to miss the House of Augustus. Home to Caesar Augustus during his reign – the grandnephew and heir to Julius Caesar – it contains a wide collection of frescoes and has been recently restored to give visitors an insight into Ancient Rome and its rulers.
Temple of Romulus
Called a titulo in Roman, the Temple of Romulus church is located in the Roman Forum and is truly a sight to behold. A stunning feat of architecture, the rotunda is decorated with two large bronze doors (dating to 300AD) and the apse was designed with a Roman-Byzantine mosaic – you can still see the original marble paving at the new entrance, too.
Arch of Septimus Severus
Built in 203AD the arch was built to commemorate the victories of Emperor Septimus Severus. Measuring 23m high and 25m wide, it’s one of the most preserved and intact monuments in the Roman Forum so it’s a great landmark to get a true sense of ancient Roman design and architecture through its intricate carvings.
Special closures: 2nd June – open from 13.30 – 19.15 (last admission 1 hour before closing)
How to get there:
- Colosseo (Metro B)
*The Roma Pass allows you free entry to 2 out of 6 top attractions for free including the Coliseum, Palatine Hill & Roman Forum, Capitolini Museums, Borghese Gallery and National Museum of Castel St. Angelo
see the: full list of attractions included
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|Jan - March & Oct - Dec|
|Monday||08:30 - 16:30/17.30|
|Tuesday||08:30 - 16:30/17.30|
|Wednesday||08:30 - 16:30/17.30|
|Thursday||08:30 - 16:30/17.30|
|Friday||08:30 - 16:30/17.30|
|Saturday||08:30 - 16:30/17.30|
|Sunday||08:30 - 16:30/17.30|
|March - Sept|
|Monday||08:30 - 19.00/19:30|
|Tuesday||08:30 - 19.00/19:30|
|Wednesday||08:30 - 19.00/19:30|
|Thursday||08:30 - 19.00/19:30|
|Friday||08:30 - 19.00/19:30|
|Saturday||08:30 - 19.00/19:30|
|Sunday||08:30 - 19.00/19:30|
Closed: 25th December, 1st January, 1st May
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